Summary: When the first Left 4 Dead came out in 2008, it was a very fun and successful title that went ahead and raised the bar for co-op gaming. It was a bit short, but the clever AI Director system and Valve’s support to the community made it a game with quite a lot of replay value. When Left 4 Dead 2 was announced less than a year later, fans cried foul for the series having a numbered sequel so soon.
Summary: When I heard that another Left 4 Dead was coming out, I knew that I must have my hands on a copy. I saw the trailers, which still had the same *** look as the first, except in New Orleans with different characters. By the way, Valve did an excellent job with the trailers. There isn't really a story to the "campaigns", like the first, but this is one of the few shooters that (while I have played it a thousand times over, like the first), it doesn't get old as fast as,...
Summary: This game has loads of content and so much to do that you could still be playing through new material multiple years after you buy it. With some help, I beat all the campaigns on normal. Then I tried them on higher difficulties. Then I tried campaign achievements. Then scavenge. Scavenge achievements. Versus. Realism. More achievements. Chainsaw massacre. And yes there is so much more. Every mode is a new experience that hooks you, as L4D2 is a bigger and...
Summary: The main focus of my review is that Left 4 Dead was one of the greatest Co-op games I will ever play. It was simple, fun, and had zombies. What more can you ask for? Well Left 4 Dead 2 is still an amazing game, as a 95/100 would show but it wasn't as good as the first one. The new zombies were interesting.
Awesome product, great vaue, won't regret buying it
5 August 2011
Summary: Awesome game!! i recommended for any of you who likes to play horror and shooting games like counter strike. It has various types of monsters with different abilities and also it has different weapon you can choose.... i'm so fascinated by it.